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India seeks to signal normalcy to OIC with envoy visit to Jammu and Kashmir | India News

NEW DELHI: A tour of the Hazratbal shrine, the holiest in the Valley, along with another visit to Budgam to participate in a public outreach event locally known as Block Diwas, was the highlight of the first day of the 2-day visit by 24 foreign envoys to Jammu and Kashmir. The visit took place amid a partial shut down of business establishments in parts of Srinagar city.
Significantly, 6 of the visiting envoys represent member states of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) which continues to target India at Pakistan’s behest for alleged human rights violations in the Union territory.
At Hazratbal, often the site of violent clashes in the past, the Delhi based heads of missions were received by the Imams of the shrine and briefed…

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